Is there anyway to syncronise the RTC on the blade to the chassis it is running in or other NTP source?
The NTP settings in the UCSM only seem to keep the chassis time in sync, but the blades are entirely independent. Within the OS running on any particular blade we can set the NTP client to sync (and update the blades RTC if required), but for some systems it is required that the RTC be correct (or at least sane) at boottime before the network stack of the OS has come up.
Short of having unused blades first associating with a lightweight service profile to boot into a NTP client and sync the clock, then de-associate and re-associate with the required SP I can't see a way around this problem - Unless I've missed something obvious (quite possible :-).
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